Associate Professor of Environmental Studies
Ph.D., Coastal Resource Management, East Carolina University, 2008
M.S., Applied and Resource Economics, East Carolina University, 2002
B.S., Resource Conservation, University of Montana, 1999, Minor: Economics
My research interests include coastal resource management and policy, natural hazards research, and applied statistics/econometrics. Current research includes the measurement of coastal homeowners’ valuation of natural features for mitigating risks from natural hazards, measuring individual’s assignment of responsibility and willingness-to-pay for rebuilding New Orleans post-Katrina, and methods for addressing bias from onsite sampling in recreation demand models.
I teach the following courses: Introduction to Environmental Studies, Introduction to Coastal Management, Coastal Hazards: Science and Management, and Statistics for the Sciences. I have also taught Introduction to Microeconomics.
Areas of Expertise/Research Focus
Coastal & Marine Resources Management, Environmental Policy Analysis, Natural Hazards, Markets, & Human Behavior, Applied Econometrics,, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Coastal Ecosystem Based Management, Coastal Hazards: Science and Management,Introduction to Coastal Management, Introduction to Environmental Studies, Introduction to Coastal Management, Managing Coastal Ecosystems, Research Methods/ Practicum, Statistics for the Sciences
Selected Peer-Review Publications
- Ash Morgan, Paul Hindsley, and William Huth. “Examining the Perceptions and Effects of Survey Consequentiality Across Population Subgroups.” Accepted Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis.
- Beth Forys, Paul Hindsley, Maggie Miller, James Wilson, Lorraine Margeson. 2016. “Can Video Cameras Decrease Human Intrusion into a Closed Natural Area?” Natural Areas Journal. 36(2): 146-152.
- Ash Morgan, Paul Hindsley, and William Huth. 2015. “Artificial Reef Attributes and the Relationship with Natural Reefs: Evidence from the Florida Keys.” Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics. 2(2): 1-21.
- Paul Hindsley, Stuart Hamilton, and Ash Morgan. 2013. “Gulf Views: Toward a Better Understanding of View Scope in Hedonic Property Models.” Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. 47(3): 489-505.
- Paul Hindsley, Brad Gentner, and Craig Landry. 2011. “Addressing Onsite Sampling in Recreation Site Choice Models: An Application to the Marine Recreational Statistics Survey.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 62(1): 95-110.
- Craig Landry, Paul Hindsley, Okmyung Bin, Jamie B Kruse, John C Whitehead, and Ken Wilson. 2011. “Weathering the Storm: Measuring Household Willingness-to-Pay for Risk-Reduction in Post-Katrina New Orleans.” Southern Economic Journal. 77(4): 991-1013.
- Craig Landry and Paul Hindsley. 2011. “Valuing Beach Quality with Hedonic Property Models.” Land Economics 87(1).
- Craig Landry, Okmyung Bin, Paul Hindsley, John Whitehead, and Kenneth Wilson. 2007. “Going Home: Evacuation-Migration Decisions of Hurricane Katrina Survivors.” Southern Economic Journal 74(2): 326 – 343.
Banner photo at top: Elisa Reyes Salgado ’19